WebViewer Integrations Library
Jeremy Brown, of Soliant Computing, spent the last two or so years exploring ways to integrate WebViewer solutions into FileMaker databases. As you may know, there is a world of great code waiting to be put to use with FileMaker. The problem is putting FileMaker data into that code in a structured way that allows for updates, modifications, and style changes.
Brown set up an amazing system to manage all of this, built a FileMaker based library, made it easy to learn and integrate in to your solutions, and, to top it all off, is giving it away for free! Check out this intro video:
Remember, the future belongs to those who seize it. And integrating FileMaker with the web (and web services) is the future.
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